Posts by CARICOM

CARPHA wants proactive approach as Ebola outbreak deemed public health emergency

The Caribbean Public Health Agency (CARPHA) is urging Member States to enhance disease surveillance at ports of entry and at...

CARICOM Secretariat building on course for full solar power generation

Plans are advancing for the Headquarters of the Caribbean Community (CARICOM) Secretariat to be fully powered by solar energy by...

Belize Bank eyes Guyana

Interest was sparked by the imminent production of oil and the promotion of Guyana as the potential fastest growing economy...

A Dream Deferred: From Caribbean Executive to Artist in France

by Joya Cousin I was born on the beautiful island of Antigua in the Caribbean. I was a curious child...

Teaching standards important for accountability – Dr. Douglas Slater

Standards for the teaching profession were important as they held both governments and practitioners accountable, CARICOM Assistant Secretary-General, Human and...

CSME: Poor Implementation Performance Appraisal

By Elizabeth Morgan Performance Appraisal rating My previous article on the CARICOM Single Market and Economy (CSME) addressed the lackadaisical...

Community must pursue people-centred developmental model – CARICOM Commission on the Economy

(Barbados Today) CARICOM has re-established a CARICOM Commission on the Economy, with Special Envoy to the Prime Minister of Barbados...

Regional Teaching Standards to be Reviewed

Experts from the Caribbean and Latin America will examine Standards for the Teaching Profession at a consultation this week. The sessions...

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Westward Ho! Guyana calling

(Barbados Today) The conference room at the Ministry of Foreign Affairs last Friday was packed with entrepreneurs and workers anxious...